YOUR NAME, TITLE, at SCHOOL Named Certified Nurse Educator
NLN Program Highlights Standout Nurse Faculty
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YOUR CITY, YOUR STATE – The NAME OF NURSING SCHOOL/PROGRAM is pleased to announce that NAME OF CNE has earned the designation Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) after meeting strict eligibility criteria and successfully completing a rigorous certification examination developed and administered by the National League for Nursing. [INSERT YOUR PERSONAL BIO INFO HERE]
The NLN’s Academic Nurse Educator Certification (ANEC) Program has conferred new visibility and stature upon the academic nursing community, long overdue, said Dr. Beverly Malone, CEO of the NLN. “Through the certification program, we have made clear to the ranks of higher education that the role of nurse educator is an advanced professional practice discipline with a defined practice setting and demonstrable standards of excellence,” she commented. In years to come, she added, it is hoped that certified nurse educators will command higher salaries and be first in line for promotions and tenure. The newly certified nurse educators reflect the spectrum of their academic colleagues in the United States*: • 29.2 percent hold doctoral degrees; the remainder master’s degrees • 44.1 percent teach in baccalaureate or higher degree programs; 39.8 percent in associate degree programs; 9.6 percent in diploma programs; and 5.8 percent in practical nursing programs • 55.6 percent hold the rank of assistant professor or higher: 12.6 percent are full professors; 17.7 percent, associate professors; and 25.3 percent, assistant professors • 30.9 percent have more than 15 years of full time employment experience as academic nurse educators. With nearly half (42.8 percent) of nurse faculty projected to retire within the next decade and nearly three-quarters (69.7 percent) within 15 years, replacing them is of grave concern, noted NLN...
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